Brian Robison signs one-day contract with Vikings, announces retirement from NFL

Former DE Brian Robison has announced his retirement from the NFL after signing a one-day contract on Wednesday, April 24, with the Minnesota Vikings in order to officially retire a member of the organization.

Robison, who is tied for ninth place in club history with 60.0 total sacks, ends his career having appeared in 173 career games, ranking third among all DEs in Vikings franchise history. The 11-year veteran was selected by Minnesota in the fourth round (102nd overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft. Robison missed only three contests in 11 seasons, previously holding a streak of 73 consecutive regular season games from 2012 through 2017. He competed in seven postseason contests, starting three, and recorded 12 tackles (seven solo), one tackle for loss and three QB hits in his playoff career, according to league stats.

Throughout his tenure as a Viking, Robison has been a part of four NFC North Division Championship teams and played in two NFC Championship Games. In his last regular-season game, he grabbed his 60th and final career sack vs. Chicago (12/31/17). Robison set a career high for a season with 9.0 sacks in 2013 and scored his only career touchdown on a 61-yard return of a fumble forced by Jared Allen on a sack at Chicago (9/15/13). His eight passes defensed in 2012 are tied for the second-most by a Vikings defensive lineman behind Kevin Williams’ 10 in 2004. Robison was part of a Vikings defense that amassed 50 sacks in 2011 to tie for the NFL lead and the 2017 Vikings defense that ranked No. 1 league-wide in yards allowed, points allowed and opponent third-down percentage.

In addition to his on-field career, Robison solidified himself as a leader within the Minnesota and Texas communities with his philanthropic endeavors. Robison and his wife, Jayme, founded the Brian Robison Reel ‘Em In Foundation, formed to provide financial, emotional and physical support for those in need. Established in 2015, the foundation’s mission is to positively impact those in need through partnerships with existing organizations in local communities in Minnesota and Robison’s home state of Texas. Each year, the Foundation works to raise funds and awareness for a different charitable organization through two marquee fishing tournaments, one in Minnesota and one in Texas. The foundation will continue to research and evaluate organizations and groups on an annual basis that are identified as struggling and are in desperate need of help to enrich the lives of the affected individuals.

The Splendora, Texas, native was selected to the 2013 USA Today All-Joe Team, honoring the unsung players in the NFL. Robison also received the Korey Stringer Good Guy Award in 2014, an honor given annually by members of the Twin Cities media. In his debut pro season, he was named to the 2007 Pro Football Weekly All-Rookie Team. Robison played his collegiate career at the University of Texas where he helped the Longhorns win the 2005 National Championship with a Rose Bowl win over USC. A 2006 NCAA runner-up in shot put as a junior, Robison won Big 12 shot put titles in 2005 and 2006 and still holds the second-best shot put mark in school history with a 68-3.75 at the 2006 NCAA Midwest Regional. He also won a Big 12 discus title in 2006 and ranks seventh in UT history with his discus mark of 195-10.

 

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Saquon Barkley on Giants: ‘We have a great team’

The New York Giants seem to be a team that is in transition. They recently traded their best player in Odell Beckham to the Browns, in a move that screams of an organization that is rebuilding. Outside the locker room, there is not much optimism around the Giants, and at this point, the 37-year-old Eli Manning is expected to be the starter at quarterback in 2019, which does not give Giants fans much hope.

However, the Giants do have the number six pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, and they do have a stud at RB in 2018 NFL Rookie of the Year, Saquon Barkley, who believes that the Giants could be an excellent team in 2019.

“In my opinion, we have a great team, a great quarterback, great offensive line, great running back and great wide receivers, so on and so on,” Barkley told the assembled media on Thursday. “We figured it out somewhat in the second half last year. We have that mindset and that belief about team, toughness and together. We could have a great season this year.”

To Barkley’s point, the Giants did play better near the end of last season after starting 1-7. The team was 4-4 in their last eight games. Maybe the subtraction of Beckham could be an addition by subtraction. Talent is essential in football, but so is chemistry, and perhaps the Giants will have better chemistry in 2019.

On paper, it does not look good for the Giants, but fortunately for New York, football is not played on paper.

(WATCH) Iverson, Trout, Dawkins, others announce the Eagles 2019 schedule

To celebrate the release of the 2019 schedule, the Philadelphia Eagles enlisted help from some of their most famous fans, including Mike Trout, The Roots, Brian Dawkins, Diplo, Allen Iverson, Jim Cramer, Lil Dicky, Boyz II Men, and Jon Dorenbos.

Watch below:

Complete 2019 NFL Schedule

The NFL announced its 17-week, 256-game regular-season schedule for 2019, which kicks off on Thursday night, September 5, in Chicago and concludes with 16 division games on Sunday, December 29.

Here is the complete 2019 NFL schedule:

2019 NFL SCHEDULE

(Games grouped by start times and listed alphabetically by home team)

GAME                                                                                                   LOCAL                      ET                               TV

WEEK 1

Thursday, September 05, 2019

Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears (Thu)#                   7:20p (CT)           8:20p                   NBC

Sunday, September 08, 2019

Los Angeles Rams at Carolina Panthers Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns

Kansas City Chiefs at Jacksonville Jaguars

1:00p (ET)

1:00p (ET)

1:00p (ET)

1:00p

1:00p

1:00p

FOX CBS

CBS

Baltimore Ravens at Miami Dolphins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Atlanta Falcons at Minnesota Vikings 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Buffalo Bills at New York Jets 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Indianapolis Colts at Los Angeles Chargers 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Cincinnati Bengals at Seattle Seahawks 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Detroit Lions at Arizona Cardinals 1:25p (MST) 4:25p FOX
New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys 3:25p (CT) 4:25p FOX
San Francisco 49ers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4:25p (ET) 4:25p FOX
Pittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots 8:20p (ET) 8:20p NBC
Monday, September 09, 2019
Houston Texans at New Orleans Saints (Mon) 6:10p (CT) 7:10p ESPN
Denver Broncos at Oakland Raiders (Mon) 7:20p (PT) 10:20p ESPN

 WEEK 2

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers (Thu)            8:20p (ET)           8:20p                  NFLN

Sunday, September 15, 2019

Arizona Cardinals at Baltimore Ravens

San Francisco 49ers at Cincinnati Bengals

1:00p (ET)

1:00p (ET)

1:00p

1:00p

FOX

FOX

Los Angeles Chargers at Detroit Lions 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Buffalo Bills at New York Giants 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Seattle Seahawks at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Chicago Bears at Denver Broncos 2:25p (MT) 4:25p FOX
New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Rams 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
Philadelphia Eagles at Atlanta Falcons 8:20p (ET) 8:20p NBC

Monday, September 16, 2019

Cleveland Browns at New York Jets (Mon)#                    8:15p (ET)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 3

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars (Thu)                8:20p (ET)           8:20p                  NFLN

Sunday, September 22, 2019 

Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Miami Dolphins at Dallas Cowboys# 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Denver Broncos at Green Bay Packers 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Atlanta Falcons at Indianapolis Colts 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Baltimore Ravens at Kansas City Chiefs 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Oakland Raiders at Minnesota Vikings 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
New York Jets at New England Patriots 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Detroit Lions at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Carolina Panthers at Arizona Cardinals 1:05p (MST) 4:05p FOX
New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4:05p (ET) 4:05p FOX
Houston Texans at Los Angeles Chargers 1:25p (PT) 4:25p CBS
New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks 1:25p (PT) 4:25p CBS
Pittsburgh Steelers at San Francisco 49ers 1:25p (PT) 4:25p CBS
Los Angeles Rams at Cleveland Browns 8:20p (ET) 8:20p NBC

Monday, September 23, 2019

Chicago Bears at Washington Redskins (Mon)                  8:15p (ET)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 4

Thursday, September 26, 2019

Philadelphia Eagles at Green Bay Packers (Thu)                7:20p (CT)           8:20p         FOX/NFLN/Amazon*

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Tennessee Titans at Atlanta Falcons

Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens

1:00p (ET)

1:00p (ET)

1:00p

1:00p

CBS

CBS

New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Kansas City Chiefs at Detroit Lions 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Carolina Panthers at Houston Texans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Oakland Raiders at Indianapolis Colts 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Los Angeles Chargers at Miami Dolphins# 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Washington Redskins at New York Giants 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals 1:05p (MST) 4:05p FOX
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Los Angeles Rams 1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears 3:25p (CT) 4:25p CBS
Jacksonville Jaguars at Denver Broncos 2:25p (MT) 4:25p CBS
Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints 7:20p (CT) 8:20p NBC

Monday, September 30, 2019

Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers (Mon)                 8:15p (ET)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 5

Thursday, October 03, 2019

Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks (Thu)                  5:20p (PT) 8:20p FOX/NFLN/Amazon*
Sunday, October 06, 2019

Jacksonville Jaguars at Carolina Panthers                        1:00p (ET)

 

1:00p

 

CBS

Arizona Cardinals at Cincinnati Bengals                          1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Atlanta Falcons at Houston Texans                              12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Minnesota Vikings at New York Giants 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Chicago Bears at Oakland Raiders (London) 6:00p (BST) 1:00p FOX
New York Jets at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans# 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
New England Patriots at Washington Redskins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys 3:25p (CT) 4:25p FOX
Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City Chiefs 7:20p (CT) 8:20p NBC

Monday, October 07, 2019

Cleveland Browns at San Francisco 49ers (Mon)                5:15p (PT)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 6

Thursday, October 10, 2019

New York Giants at New England Patriots (Thu)#              8:20p (ET)           8:20p         FOX/NFLN/Amazon*

Sunday, October 13, 2019 

Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (London)        2:30p (BST) Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens                         1:00p (ET)

Seattle Seahawks at Cleveland Browns                          1:00p (ET)

New Orleans Saints at Jacksonville Jaguars                     1:00p (ET)

9:30a

1:00p

1:00p

1:00p

NFLN CBS FOX

CBS

Houston Texans at Kansas City Chiefs                          12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Washington Redskins at Miami Dolphins                         1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Philadelphia Eagles at Minnesota Vikings                        12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Atlanta Falcons at Arizona Cardinals                            1:05p (MST) 4:05p FOX
San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams                      1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
Tennessee Titans at Denver Broncos                            2:25p (MT) 4:25p CBS
Dallas Cowboys at New York Jets                                4:25p (ET) 4:25p CBS
Pittsburgh Steelers at Los Angeles Chargers                    5:20p (PT) 8:20p NBC
Monday, October 14, 2019    
Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers (Mon)                       7:15p (CT) 8:15p ESPN

 WEEK 7

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos (Thu)                    6:20p (MT) 8:20p FOX/NFLN/Amazon*
Sunday, October 20, 2019    
Los Angeles Rams at Atlanta Falcons                            1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills                                   1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Jacksonville Jaguars at Cincinnati Bengals                       1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions                                1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Oakland Raiders at Green Bay Packers#                        12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts                            1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Arizona Cardinals at New York Giants                           1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
San Francisco 49ers at Washington Redskins                    1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Los Angeles Chargers at Tennessee Titans                     3:05p (CT) 4:05p CBS
New Orleans Saints at Chicago Bears                            3:25p (CT) 4:25p FOX
Baltimore Ravens at Seattle Seahawks                           1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys                           7:20p (CT) 8:20p NBC

Monday, October 21, 2019

New England Patriots at New York Jets (Mon)                  8:15p (ET)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 8

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings (Thu)               7:20p (CT) 8:20p FOX/NFLN/Amazon*
Sunday, October 27, 2019    
Seattle Seahawks at Atlanta Falcons                             1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Philadelphia Eagles at Buffalo Bills                                1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Los Angeles Chargers at Chicago Bears                         12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
New York Giants at Detroit Lions                                 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Oakland Raiders at Houston Texans                             12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
New York Jets at Jacksonville Jaguars                           1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Cincinnati Bengals at Los Angeles Rams (London)             5:00p (BST) 1:00p CBS
Arizona Cardinals at New Orleans Saints                       12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Tennessee Titans                   12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Carolina Panthers at San Francisco 49ers                        1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
Denver Broncos at Indianapolis Colts                             4:25p (ET) 4:25p CBS
Cleveland Browns at New England Patriots                      4:25p (ET) 4:25p CBS
Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs#                     7:20p (CT) 8:20p NBC

Monday, October 28, 2019

Miami Dolphins at Pittsburgh Steelers (Mon)                    8:15p (ET)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 9

Thursday, October 31, 2019

San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals (Thu)                5:20p (MST)          8:20p         FOX/NFLN/Amazon*

Sunday, November 03, 2019

Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars (London) Washington Redskins at Buffalo Bills

Tennessee Titans at Carolina Panthers

2:30p (BST)

1:00p (ET)

1:00p (ET)

9:30a

1:00p

1:00p

NFLN

FOX CBS

Minnesota Vikings at Kansas City Chiefs# 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
New York Jets at Miami Dolphins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Chicago Bears at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Indianapolis Colts at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Detroit Lions at Oakland Raiders 1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Seattle Seahawks 1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
Cleveland Browns at Denver Broncos 2:25p (MT) 4:25p CBS
Green Bay Packers at Los Angeles Chargers 1:25p (PT) 4:25p CBS
New England Patriots at Baltimore Ravens 8:20p (ET) 8:20p NBC

Monday, November 04, 2019

Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants (Mon)                      8:15p (ET)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 10

Thursday, November 07, 2019

Los Angeles Chargers at Oakland Raiders (Thu)                5:20p (PT) 8:20p FOX/NFLN/Amazon*
Sunday, November 10, 2019    
Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears                                   12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals                         1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS

 

Buffalo Bills at Cleveland Browns 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Carolina Panthers at Green Bay Packers 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints# 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
New York Giants at New York Jets 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Arizona Cardinals at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Kansas City Chiefs at Tennessee Titans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Miami Dolphins at Indianapolis Colts 4:05p (ET) 4:05p CBS
Los Angeles Rams at Pittsburgh Steelers 4:25p (ET) 4:25p FOX
Minnesota Vikings at Dallas Cowboys 7:20p (CT) 8:20p NBC

Monday, November 11, 2019

Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers (Mon)                5:15p (PT)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 11

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns (Thu)                  8:20p (ET)           8:20p         FOX/NFLN/Amazon*

Sunday, November 17, 201 

Houston Texans at Baltimore Ravens

Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers

1:00p (ET)

1:00p (ET)

1:00p

1:00p

CBS

FOX

Dallas Cowboys at Detroit Lions 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Denver Broncos at Minnesota Vikings 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
New York Jets at Washington Redskins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers 1:05p (PT) 4:05p FOX
Cincinnati Bengals at Oakland Raiders 1:25p (PT) 4:25p CBS
New England Patriots at Philadelphia Eagles# 4:25p (ET) 4:25p CBS
Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Rams 5:20p (PT) 8:20p NBC

Monday, November 18, 2019

Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers (Mexico)         7:15p (CT)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 12

Thursday, November 21, 2019

Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans (Thu)                     7:20p (CT)           8:20p         FOX/NFLN/Amazon*

Sunday, November 24, 2019

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Denver Broncos at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
New York Giants at Chicago Bears 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Miami Dolphins at Cleveland Browns 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Oakland Raiders at New York Jets# 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Detroit Lions at Washington Redskins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans 3:05p (ET) 4:05p CBS
Dallas Cowboys at New England Patriots 4:25p (ET) 4:25p FOX
Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles 8:20p (ET) 8:20p NBC

Monday, November 25, 2019

 Baltimore Ravens at Los Angeles Rams (Mon)                  5:15p (PT)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 13

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions (Thanksgiving) Buffalo Bills at Dallas Cowboys (Thanksgiving)

New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons (Thanksgiving)

12:30p (ET)

3:30p (CT)

8:20p (ET)

12:30p

4:30p

8:20p

FOX CBS

NBC

Sunday, December 01, 2019
San Francisco 49ers at Baltimore Ravens# 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Washington Redskins at Carolina Panthers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
New York Jets at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Philadelphia Eagles at Miami Dolphins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Green Bay Packers at New York Giants 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals 2:05p (MST) 4:05p FOX
Los Angeles Chargers at Denver Broncos 2:25p (MT) 4:25p CBS
Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers 4:25p (ET) 4:25p CBS
New England Patriots at Houston Texans 7:20p (CT) 8:20p NBC

Monday, December 02, 2019

Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks (Mon)                   5:15p (PT)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 14

Thursday, December 05, 2019

Dallas Cowboys at Chicago Bears (Thu)                         7:20p (CT)           8:20p         FOX/NFLN/Amazon*

Sunday, December 08, 2019

Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Baltimore Ravens at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns# 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Washington Redskins at Green Bay Packers 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Denver Broncos at Houston Texans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Miami Dolphins at New York Jets 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Indianapolis Colts at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Los Angeles Chargers at Jacksonville Jaguars 4:05p (ET) 4:05p FOX
Pittsburgh Steelers at Arizona Cardinals 2:25p (MST) 4:25p CBS
Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots 4:25p (ET) 4:25p CBS
Tennessee Titans at Oakland Raiders 1:25p (PT) 4:25p CBS
Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams 5:20p (PT) 8:20p NBC

Monday, December 09, 2019

New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles (Mon)                   8:15p (ET)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 15

Thursday, December 12, 2019

New York Jets at Baltimore Ravens (Thu)                      8:20p (ET)           8:20p         FOX/NFLN/Amazon*

Sunday, December 15, 2019

Seattle Seahawks at Carolina Panthers

New England Patriots at Cincinnati Bengals

1:00p (ET)

1:00p (ET)

1:00p

1:00p

FOX

CBS

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Detroit Lions 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Miami Dolphins at New York Giants 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Buffalo Bills at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Cleveland Browns at Arizona Cardinals 2:05p (MST) 4:05p CBS
Jacksonville Jaguars at Oakland Raiders 1:05p (PT) 4:05p CBS
Los Angeles Rams at Dallas Cowboys 3:25p (CT) 4:25p FOX
Atlanta Falcons at San Francisco 49ers 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
Minnesota Vikings at Los Angeles Chargers 5:20p (PT) 8:20p NBC

Monday, December 16, 2019

Indianapolis Colts at New Orleans Saints (Mon)#              7:15p (CT)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 16

Saturday, December 21, 2019

TBD TBD

TBD

TBD TBD

TBD

1:00p

4:30p

8:15p

NFLN NFLN

NFLN

Network, Date (Saturday or Sunday) & Time TBD
Detroit Lions at Denver Broncos TBD TBD TBD
Oakland Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers# TBD TBD TBD
Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots TBD TBD TBD
Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers TBD TBD TBD
Houston Texans at Tampa Bay Buccaneers TBD TBD TBD
Sunday, December 22, 2019
Jacksonville Jaguars at Atlanta Falcons 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Carolina Panthers at Indianapolis Colts 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Cincinnati Bengals at Miami Dolphins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Jets 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
New Orleans Saints at Tennessee Titans 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
New York Giants at Washington Redskins 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles 4:25p (ET) 4:25p FOX
Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
Kansas City Chiefs at Chicago Bears 7:20p (CT) 8:20p NBC

Monday, December 23, 2019

Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings (Mon)                 7:15p (CT)           8:15p                  ESPN

WEEK 17

Sunday, December 29, 2019

Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
New York Jets at Buffalo Bills 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX

 

Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans

Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars

1:00p (ET)

12:00p (CT)

1:00p (ET)

1:00p

1:00p

1:00p

FOX CBS

CBS

Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs 12:00p (CT) 1:00p CBS
Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings 12:00p (CT) 1:00p FOX
Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots 1:00p (ET) 1:00p CBS
Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00p (ET) 1:00p FOX
Oakland Raiders at Denver Broncos 2:25p (MT) 4:25p CBS
Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX
San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks 1:25p (PT) 4:25p FOX

 * NFL Network and Amazon simulcast subject to change #NFL 100 Game of the Week (Week 17 TBD)

 

2019 NFC EAST TEAM SCHEDULES

(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

DALLAS COWBOYS CT TV NEW YORK GIANTS ET TV
Sep. 8     New York Giants 3:25 PM FOX Sep. 8     at Dallas Cowboys 4:25 PM FOX
Sep. 15 at Washington Redskins 12:00 PM FOX Sep. 15 Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
Sep. 22 Miami Dolphins 12:00 PM FOX Sep. 22 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4:05 PM FOX
Sep. 29 at New Orleans Saints 7:20 PM NBC Sep. 29 Washington Redskins 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 6     Green Bay Packers 3:25 PM FOX Oct. 6     Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 13 at New York Jets 3:25 PM CBS Oct. 10 at New England Patriots (Thu) 8:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Oct. 20 Philadelphia Eagles* 7:20 PM NBC Oct. 20 Arizona Cardinals 1:00 PM FOX
  BYE     Oct. 27 at Detroit Lions 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 4 at New York Giants (Mon) 7:15 PM ESPN Nov. 4 Dallas Cowboys (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN
Nov. 10 Minnesota Vikings* 7:20 PM NBC Nov. 10 at New York Jets 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 17 at Detroit Lions 12:00 PM FOX   BYE    
Nov. 24 at New England Patriots 3:25 PM FOX Nov. 24 at Chicago Bears 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 28 Buffalo Bills (Thanksgiving) 3:30 PM CBS Dec. 1 Green Bay Packers 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 5 at Chicago Bears (Thu) 7:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Dec. 9 at Philadelphia Eagles (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN
Dec. 15 Los Angeles Rams 3:25 PM FOX Dec. 15 Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 22 at Philadelphia Eagles 3:25 PM FOX Dec. 22 at Washington Redskins 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 29 Washington Redskins 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 29 Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM FOX

 

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES ET TV WASHINGTON REDSKINS ET TV
Sep. 8     Washington Redskins 1:00 PM FOX Sep. 8     at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 15 at Atlanta Falcons 8:20 PM NBC Sep. 15 Dallas Cowboys 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 22 Detroit Lions 1:00 PM FOX Sep. 23 Chicago Bears (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN
Sep. 26 at Green Bay Packers (Thu) 8:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Sep. 29 at New York Giants 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 6 New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 6 New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 13 at Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM FOX Oct. 13 at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 20 at Dallas Cowboys* 8:20 PM NBC Oct. 20 San Francisco 49ers 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 27 at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM FOX Oct. 24 at Minnesota Vikings (Thu) 8:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Nov. 3

 

Nov. 17

Chicago Bears BYE

New England Patriots

1:00 PM

 

4:25 PM

FOX

 

CBS

Nov. 3

 

Nov. 17

at Buffalo Bills BYE

New York Jets

1:00 PM

 

1:00 PM

FOX

 

CBS

Nov. 24 Seattle Seahawks* 8:20 PM NBC Nov. 24 Detroit Lions 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 1 at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 1 at Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 9 New York Giants (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN Dec. 8 at Green Bay Packers 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 15 at Washington Redskins 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 15 Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 22 Dallas Cowboys 4:25 PM FOX Dec. 22 New York Giants 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 29 at New York Giants 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 29 at Dallas Cowboys 1:00 PM FOX

 

* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-16 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

** – NFL Network and Amazon simulcast subject to change

 

2019 NFC NORTH TEAM SCHEDULES

(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

CHICAGO BEARS CT TV DETROIT LIONS ET TV
Sep. 5    Green Bay Packers (Thu) 7:20 PM NBC Sep. 8            at Arizona Cardinals 4:25 PM FOX
Sep. 15 at Denver Broncos 3:25 PM FOX Sep. 15           Los Angeles Chargers 1:00 PM CBS
Sep. 23 at Washington Redskins (Mon) 7:15 PM ESPN Sep. 22           at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 29 Minnesota Vikings 3:25 PM CBS Sep. 29           Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 6    at Oakland Raiders (London) 12:00 PM FOX BYE    
BYE     Oct. 14          at Green Bay Packers (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN
Oct. 20 New Orleans Saints 3:25 PM FOX Oct. 20          Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 27 Los Angeles Chargers 12:00 PM FOX Oct. 27          New York Giants 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 3    at Philadelphia Eagles 12:00 PM FOX Nov. 3            at Oakland Raiders 4:05 PM FOX
Nov. 10 Detroit Lions 12:00 PM CBS Nov. 10          at Chicago Bears 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 17 at Los Angeles Rams* 7:20 PM NBC Nov. 17          Dallas Cowboys 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 24 New York Giants 12:00 PM FOX Nov. 24          at Washington Redskins 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 28 at Detroit Lions (Thanksgiving) 11:30 AM FOX Nov. 28          Chicago Bears (Thanksgiving) 12:30 PM FOX
Dec. 5 Dallas Cowboys (Thu) 7:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Dec. 8 at Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 15 at Green Bay Packers 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 15 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 22 Kansas City Chiefs* 7:20 PM NBC Dec. 21 or 22 at Denver Broncos TBD TBD
Dec. 29 at Minnesota Vikings 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 29 Green Bay Packers 1:00 PM FOX

 

GREEN BAY PACKERS CT TV MINNESOTA VIKINGS CT TV
Sep. 5    at Chicago Bears (Thu) 7:20 PM NBC Sep. 8            Atlanta Falcons 12:00 PM FOX
Sep. 15 Minnesota Vikings 12:00 PM FOX Sep. 15           at Green Bay Packers 12:00 PM FOX
Sep. 22 Denver Broncos 12:00 PM FOX Sep. 22           Oakland Raiders 12:00 PM FOX
Sep. 26 Philadelphia Eagles (Thu) 7:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Sep. 29 at Chicago Bears 3:25 PM CBS
Oct. 6 at Dallas Cowboys 3:25 PM FOX Oct. 6 at New York Giants 12:00 PM FOX
Oct. 14 Detroit Lions (Mon) 7:15 PM ESPN Oct. 13 Philadelphia Eagles 12:00 PM FOX
Oct. 20 Oakland Raiders 12:00 PM CBS Oct. 20 at Detroit Lions 12:00 PM FOX
Oct. 27 at Kansas City Chiefs* 7:20 PM NBC Oct. 24 Washington Redskins (Thu) 7:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Nov. 3 at Los Angeles Chargers 3:25 PM CBS Nov. 3 at Kansas City Chiefs 12:00 PM FOX
Nov. 10

 

Nov. 24

Carolina Panthers BYE

at San Francisco 49ers

12:00 PM

 

3:25 PM

FOX

 

FOX

Nov. 10

Nov. 17

at Dallas Cowboys* Denver Broncos

BYE

7:20 PM

12:00 PM

NBC CBS
Dec. 1 at New York Giants 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 2 at Seattle Seahawks (Mon) 7:15 PM ESPN
Dec. 8 Washington Redskins 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 8 Detroit Lions 12:00 PM FOX
Dec. 15 Chicago Bears 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 15 at Los Angeles Chargers* 7:20 PM NBC
Dec. 23 at Minnesota Vikings (Mon) 7:15 PM ESPN Dec. 23 Green Bay Packers (Mon) 7:15 PM ESPN
Dec. 29 at Detroit Lions 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 29 Chicago Bears 12:00 PM FOX

 

* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-16 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

** – NFL Network and Amazon simulcast subject to change

2019 NFC SOUTH TEAM SCHEDULES

(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

ATLANTA FALCONS ET TV CAROLINA PANTHERS ET TV
Sep. 8    at Minnesota Vikings 1:00 PM FOX Sep. 8            Los Angeles Rams 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 15 Philadelphia Eagles 8:20 PM NBC Sep. 12           Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Thu) 8:20 PM NFLN
Sep. 22 at Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 22           at Arizona Cardinals 4:05 PM FOX
Sep. 29 Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 29           at Houston Texans 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 6    at Houston Texans 1:00 PM FOX Oct. 6            Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 13 at Arizona Cardinals 4:05 PM FOX Oct. 13           at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (London) 9:30 AM NFLN
Oct. 20 Los Angeles Rams 1:00 PM FOX BYE    
Oct. 27 Seattle Seahawks 1:00 PM FOX Oct. 27           at San Francisco 49ers 4:05 PM FOX
BYE     Nov. 3            Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 10 at New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM FOX Nov. 10           at Green Bay Packers 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 17 at Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM FOX Nov. 17           Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 24 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM FOX Nov. 24           at New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 28 New Orleans Saints (Thanksgiving) 8:20 PM NBC Dec. 1            Washington Redskins 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 8    Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 8            at Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 15 at San Francisco 49ers 4:25 PM FOX Dec. 15           Seattle Seahawks 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 22 Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 22           at Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 29 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 29           New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM FOX

 

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS CT TV TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS ET TV
Sep. 9    Houston Texans (Mon) 6:10 PM ESPN Sep. 8             San Francisco 49ers 4:25 PM FOX
Sep. 15 at Los Angeles Rams 3:25 PM FOX Sep. 12           at Carolina Panthers (Thu) 8:20 PM NFLN
Sep. 22 at Seattle Seahawks 3:25 PM CBS Sep. 22           New York Giants 4:05 PM FOX
Sep. 29 Dallas Cowboys 7:20 PM NBC Sep. 29           at Los Angeles Rams 4:05 PM FOX
Oct. 6    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12:00 PM FOX Oct. 6            at New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 13 at Jacksonville Jaguars 12:00 PM CBS Oct. 13           Carolina Panthers (London) 9:30 AM NFLN
Oct. 20 at Chicago Bears 3:25 PM FOX BYE    
Oct. 27 Arizona Cardinals 12:00 PM CBS Oct. 27           at Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM FOX
BYE     Nov. 3            at Seattle Seahawks 4:05 PM FOX
Nov. 10 Atlanta Falcons 12:00 PM FOX Nov. 10           Arizona Cardinals 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 17 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12:00 PM FOX Nov. 17           New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 24 Carolina Panthers 12:00 PM FOX Nov. 24           at Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 28 at Atlanta Falcons (Thanksgiving) 7:20 PM NBC Dec. 1            at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 8    San Francisco 49ers 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 8            Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 16 Indianapolis Colts (Mon) 7:15 PM ESPN Dec. 15           at Detroit Lions 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 22 at Tennessee Titans 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 21 or 22    Houston Texans TBD TBD
Dec. 29 at Carolina Panthers 12:00 PM FOX Dec. 29           Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM FOX

 

* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-16 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

** – NFL Network and Amazon simulcast subject to change

 

2019 NFC WEST TEAM SCHEDULES

(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

ARIZONA CARDINALS MST TV LOS ANGELES RAMS PT TV
Sep. 8         Detroit Lions 1:25 PM FOX Sep. 8             at Carolina Panthers 10:00 AM FOX
Sep. 15        at Baltimore Ravens 10:00 AM FOX Sep. 15            New Orleans Saints 1:25 PM FOX
Sep. 22        Carolina Panthers 1:05 PM FOX Sep. 22            at Cleveland Browns 5:20 PM NBC
Sep. 29        Seattle Seahawks 1:05 PM FOX Sep. 29            Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:05 PM FOX
Oct. 6 at Cincinnati Bengals 10:00 AM FOX Oct. 3 at Seattle Seahawks (Thu) 5:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Oct. 13 Atlanta Falcons 1:05 PM FOX Oct. 13 San Francisco 49ers 1:05 PM FOX
Oct. 20 at New York Giants 10:00 AM FOX Oct. 20 at Atlanta Falcons 10:00 AM FOX
Oct. 27 at New Orleans Saints 10:00 AM CBS Oct. 27 Cincinnati Bengals (London) 10:00 AM CBS
Oct. 31 San Francisco 49ers (Thu) 5:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

  BYE    
Nov. 10 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 11:00 AM FOX Nov. 10 at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:25 PM FOX
Nov. 17 at San Francisco 49ers 2:05 PM FOX Nov. 17 Chicago Bears* 5:20 PM NBC
  BYE     Nov. 25 Baltimore Ravens (Mon) 5:15 PM ESPN
Dec. 1 Los Angeles Rams 2:05 PM FOX Dec. 1 at Arizona Cardinals 1:05 PM FOX
Dec. 8 Pittsburgh Steelers 2:25 PM CBS Dec. 8 Seattle Seahawks* 5:20 PM NBC
Dec. 15 Cleveland Browns 2:05 PM CBS Dec. 15 at Dallas Cowboys 1:25 PM FOX
Dec. 22 at Seattle Seahawks 2:25 PM FOX Dec. 21 or 22 at San Francisco 49ers TBD TBD
Dec. 29 at Los Angeles Rams 2:25 PM FOX Dec. 29 Arizona Cardinals 1:25 PM FOX

 

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS PT TV SEATTLE SEAHAWKS PT TV
Sep. 8         at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:25 PM FOX Sep. 8              Cincinnati Bengals 1:05 PM CBS
Sep. 15        at Cincinnati Bengals 10:00 AM FOX Sep. 15            at Pittsburgh Steelers 10:00 AM FOX
Sep. 22        Pittsburgh Steelers 1:25 PM CBS Sep. 22            New Orleans Saints 1:25 PM CBS
BYE     Sep. 29            at Arizona Cardinals 1:05 PM FOX
Oct. 7 Cleveland Browns (Mon) 5:15 PM ESPN Oct. 3 Los Angeles Rams (Thu) 5:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Oct. 13 at Los Angeles Rams 1:05 PM FOX Oct. 13 at Cleveland Browns 10:00 AM FOX
Oct. 20 at Washington Redskins 10:00 AM FOX Oct. 20 Baltimore Ravens 1:25 PM FOX
Oct. 27 Carolina Panthers 1:05 PM FOX Oct. 27 at Atlanta Falcons 10:00 AM FOX
Oct. 31 at Arizona Cardinals (Thu) 5:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Nov. 3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:05 PM FOX
Nov. 11 Seattle Seahawks (Mon) 5:15 PM ESPN Nov. 11 at San Francisco 49ers (Mon) 5:15 PM ESPN
Nov. 17 Arizona Cardinals 1:05 PM FOX   BYE    
Nov. 24 Green Bay Packers 1:25 PM FOX Nov. 24 at Philadelphia Eagles* 5:20 PM NBC
Dec. 1 at Baltimore Ravens 10:00 AM FOX Dec. 2 Minnesota Vikings (Mon) 5:15 PM ESPN
Dec. 8 at New Orleans Saints 10:00 AM FOX Dec. 8 at Los Angeles Rams* 5:20 PM NBC
Dec. 15 Atlanta Falcons 1:25 PM FOX Dec. 15 at Carolina Panthers 10:00 AM FOX
Dec. 21 or

22

 

Los Angeles Rams

 

TBD

 

TBD

 

Dec. 22

 

Arizona Cardinals

 

1:25 PM

 

FOX

Dec. 29 at Seattle Seahawks 1:25 PM FOX Dec. 29 San Francisco 49ers 1:25 PM FOX

 

* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-16 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

** – NFL Network and Amazon simulcast subject to change

 

2019 AFC EAST TEAM SCHEDULES

(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

BUFFALO BILLS ET TV MIAMI DOLPHINS ET TV
Sep. 8            at New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 8      Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS
Sep. 15           at New York Giants 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 15     New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS
Sep. 22           Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 22     at Dallas Cowboys 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 29           New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 29     Los Angeles Chargers 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 6            at Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS BYE    
BYE     Oct. 13    Washington Redskins 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 20          Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 20    at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 27          Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM FOX Oct. 28    at Pittsburgh Steelers (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN
Nov. 3            Washington Redskins 1:00 PM FOX Nov. 3      New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 10          at Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 10    at Indianapolis Colts 4:05 PM CBS
Nov. 17          at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 17    Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 24          Denver Broncos 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 24    at Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 28          at Dallas Cowboys (Thanksgiving) 4:30 PM CBS Dec. 1      Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 8            Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 8      at New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 15          at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 15    at New York Giants 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 21 or

22                at New England Patriots

 

TBD

 

TBD

 

Dec. 22    Cincinnati Bengals

 

1:00 PM

 

CBS

Dec. 29          New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 29    at New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS

 

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS ET TV NEW YORK JETS ET TV
Sep. 8            Pittsburgh Steelers 8:20 PM NBC Sep. 8      Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
Sep. 15           at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 16    Cleveland Browns (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN
Sep. 22           New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 22    at New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS
Sep. 29           at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS BYE    
Oct. 6            at Washington Redskins 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 6     at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 10 New York Giants (Thu) 8:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Oct. 13 Dallas Cowboys 4:25 PM CBS
Oct. 21 at New York Jets (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN Oct. 21 New England Patriots (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN
Oct. 27 Cleveland Browns 4:25 PM CBS Oct. 27 at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 3 at Baltimore Ravens* 8:20 PM NBC Nov. 3 at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS
  BYE     Nov. 10 New York Giants 1:00 PM FOX
Nov. 17 at Philadelphia Eagles 4:25 PM CBS Nov. 17 at Washington Redskins 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 24 Dallas Cowboys 4:25 PM FOX Nov. 24 Oakland Raiders 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 1 at Houston Texans* 8:20 PM NBC Dec. 1 at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 8 Kansas City Chiefs 4:25 PM CBS Dec. 8 Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 15 at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 12 at Baltimore Ravens (Thu) 8:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Dec. 21 or

22

 

Buffalo Bills

 

TBD

 

TBD

 

Dec. 22

 

Pittsburgh Steelers

 

1:00 PM

 

CBS

Dec. 29 Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 29 at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS

 

* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-16 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

** – NFL Network and Amazon simulcast subject to change

 

2019 AFC NORTH TEAM SCHEDULES

(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

 

BALTIMORE RAVENS ET TV CINCINNATI BENGALS ET TV
Sep. 8      at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 8       at Seattle Seahawks 4:05 PM CBS
Sep. 15     Arizona Cardinals 1:00 PM FOX Sep. 15     San Francisco 49ers 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 22     at Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 22      at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
Sep. 29     Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 30     at Pittsburgh Steelers (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN
Oct. 6      at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 6      Arizona Cardinals 1:00 PM FOX
Oct. 13     Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 13     at Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 20     at Seattle Seahawks 4:25 PM FOX Oct. 20     Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM CBS
BYE     Oct. 27     at Los Angeles Rams (London) 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 3      New England Patriots* 8:20 PM NBC BYE    
Nov. 10     at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 10     Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 17     Houston Texans 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 17     at Oakland Raiders 4:25 PM CBS
Nov. 25     at Los Angeles Rams (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN Nov. 24     Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 1      San Francisco 49ers 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 1      New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 8      at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 8      at Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 12 New York Jets (Thu) 8:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Dec. 15 New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 22 at Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 22 at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 29 Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 29 Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM CBS

 

CLEVELAND BROWNS ET TV PITTSBURGH STEELERS ET TV
Sep. 8      Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 8       at New England Patriots 8:20 PM NBC
Sep. 16     at New York Jets (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN Sep. 15      Seattle Seahawks 1:00 PM FOX
Sep. 22     Los Angeles Rams 8:20 PM NBC Sep. 22      at San Francisco 49ers 4:25 PM CBS
Sep. 29     at Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 30      Cincinnati Bengals (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN
Oct. 7      at San Francisco 49ers (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN Oct. 6       Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS
Oct. 13               Seattle Seahawks BYE

Oct. 27     at New England Patriots

1:00 PM

 

4:25 PM

FOX

 

CBS

Oct. 13     at Los Angeles Chargers*

BYE

Oct. 28     Miami Dolphins (Mon)

8:20 PM

 

8:15 PM

NBC

 

ESPN

Nov. 3      at Denver Broncos 4:25 PM CBS Nov. 3       Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS
Nov. 10     Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 10     Los Angeles Rams 4:25 PM FOX
Nov. 14 Pittsburgh Steelers (Thu) 8:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Nov. 14 at Cleveland Browns (Thu) 8:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Nov. 24 Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS Nov. 24 at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 1 at Pittsburgh Steelers 4:25 PM CBS Dec. 1 Cleveland Browns 4:25 PM CBS
Dec. 8 Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 8 at Arizona Cardinals 4:25 PM CBS
Dec. 15 at Arizona Cardinals 4:05 PM CBS Dec. 15 Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 22 Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 22 at New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 29 at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 29 at Baltimore Ravens 1:00 PM CBS

 

* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-16 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

** – NFL Network and Amazon simulcast subject to change

 

2019 AFC SOUTH TEAM SCHEDULES

(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT

HOUSTON TEXANS CT TV INDIANAPOLIS COLTS ET TV  
Sep. 9              at New Orleans Saints (Mon) 6:10 PM ESPN Sep. 8      at Los Angeles Chargers 4:05 PM   CBS
Sep. 15             Jacksonville Jaguars 12:00 PM CBS Sep. 15     at Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM   CBS
Sep. 22             at Los Angeles Chargers 3:25 PM CBS Sep. 22     Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM   CBS
Sep. 29             Carolina Panthers 12:00 PM FOX Sep. 29     Oakland Raiders 1:00 PM   CBS
Oct. 6              Atlanta Falcons 12:00 PM FOX Oct. 6      at Kansas City Chiefs* 8:20 PM   NBC
Oct. 13            at Kansas City Chiefs 12:00 PM CBS BYE      
Oct. 20            at Indianapolis Colts 12:00 PM CBS Oct. 20     Houston Texans 1:00 PM   CBS
Oct. 27            Oakland Raiders 12:00 PM CBS Oct. 27     Denver Broncos 4:25 PM   CBS
Nov. 3             at Jacksonville Jaguars (London) 8:30 AM NFLN Nov. 3      at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM   CBS
BYE     Nov. 10     Miami Dolphins 4:05 PM   CBS
Nov. 17            at Baltimore Ravens 12:00 PM CBS Nov. 17     Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM   CBS
Nov. 21 Indianapolis Colts (Thu) 7:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Nov. 21 at Houston Texans (Thu) 8:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Dec. 1 New England Patriots* 7:20 PM NBC Dec. 1 Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 8 Denver Broncos 12:00 PM CBS Dec. 8 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM CBS
Dec. 15 at Tennessee Titans 12:00 PM CBS Dec. 16 at New Orleans Saints (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN
Dec. 21 or 22 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers TBD TBD Dec. 22 Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM FOX
Dec. 29 Tennessee Titans 12:00 PM CBS Dec. 29 at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM CBS

 

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS ET TV TENNESSEE TITANS CT TV
Sep. 8              Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 8      at Cleveland Browns 12:00 PM CBS
Sep. 15             at Houston Texans 1:00 PM CBS Sep. 15     Indianapolis Colts 12:00 PM CBS
Sep. 19            Tennessee Titans (Thu) 8:20 PM NFLN Sep. 19     at Jacksonville Jaguars (Thu) 7:20 PM NFLN
Sep. 29             at Denver Broncos 4:25 PM CBS Sep. 29     at Atlanta Falcons 12:00 PM CBS
Oct. 6              at Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 6      Buffalo Bills 12:00 PM CBS
Oct. 13            New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 13     at Denver Broncos 3:25 PM CBS
Oct. 20            at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 20     Los Angeles Chargers 3:05 PM CBS
Oct. 27            New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS Oct. 27     Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12:00 PM FOX
Nov. 3              Houston Texans (London) 9:30 AM NFLN Nov. 3      at Carolina Panthers 12:00 PM CBS
BYE     Nov. 10     Kansas City Chiefs 12:00 PM CBS
Nov. 17            at Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS BYE    
Nov. 24            at Tennessee Titans 4:05 PM CBS Nov. 24     Jacksonville Jaguars 3:05 PM CBS
Dec. 1              Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 1      at Indianapolis Colts 12:00 PM CBS
Dec. 8              Los Angeles Chargers 4:05 PM FOX Dec. 8      at Oakland Raiders 3:25 PM CBS
Dec. 15            at Oakland Raiders 4:05 PM CBS Dec. 15     Houston Texans 12:00 PM CBS
Dec. 22            at Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM FOX Dec. 22     New Orleans Saints 12:00 PM FOX
Dec. 29            Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS Dec. 29     at Houston Texans 12:00 PM CBS

 

* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-16 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

** – NFL Network and Amazon simulcast subject to change

 

2019 AFC WEST TEAM SCHEDULES

(All times local by market of team, ex. BAL, ET; DEN, MT)

DENVER BRONCOS MT TV   KANSAS CITY CHIEFS CT TV  
Sep. 9              at Oakland Raiders (Mon) 8:20 PM   ESPN Sep. 8             at Jacksonville Jaguars 12:00 PM   CBS
Sep. 15             Chicago Bears 2:25 PM   FOX Sep. 15            at Oakland Raiders 3:05 PM   CBS
Sep. 22             at Green Bay Packers 11:00 AM   FOX Sep. 22            Baltimore Ravens 12:00 PM   CBS
Sep. 29             Jacksonville Jaguars 2:25 PM   CBS Sep. 29            at Detroit Lions 12:00 PM   FOX
Oct. 6              at Los Angeles Chargers 2:05 PM   CBS Oct. 6             Indianapolis Colts* 7:20 PM   NBC
Oct. 13            Tennessee Titans 2:25 PM   CBS Oct. 13            Houston Texans 12:00 PM   CBS
Oct. 17 Kansas City Chiefs (Thu) 6:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Oct. 17 at Denver Broncos (Thu) 7:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Oct. 27 at Indianapolis Colts 2:25 PM CBS Oct. 27 Green Bay Packers* 7:20 PM NBC
Nov. 3 Cleveland Browns 2:25 PM CBS Nov. 3 Minnesota Vikings 12:00 PM FOX
  BYE     Nov. 10 at Tennessee Titans 12:00 PM CBS
Nov. 17 at Minnesota Vikings 11:00 AM CBS Nov. 18 at Los Angeles Chargers (Mexico) 7:15 PM ESPN
Nov. 24 at Buffalo Bills 11:00 AM CBS   BYE    
Dec. 1 Los Angeles Chargers 2:25 PM CBS Dec. 1 Oakland Raiders 12:00 PM CBS
Dec. 8 at Houston Texans 11:00 AM CBS Dec. 8 at New England Patriots 3:25 PM CBS
Dec. 15 at Kansas City Chiefs 11:00 AM CBS Dec. 15 Denver Broncos 12:00 PM CBS
Dec. 21 or 22 Detroit Lions TBD TBD Dec. 22 at Chicago Bears* 7:20 PM NBC
Dec. 29 Oakland Raiders 2:25 PM CBS Dec. 29 Los Angeles Chargers 12:00 PM CBS

 

OAKLAND RAIDERS PT TV LOS ANGELES CHARGERS PT TV
Sep. 9              Denver Broncos (Mon) 7:20 PM ESPN Sep. 8             Indianapolis Colts 1:05 PM CBS
Sep. 15             Kansas City Chiefs 1:05 PM CBS Sep. 15            at Detroit Lions 10:00 AM CBS
Sep. 22             at Minnesota Vikings 10:00 AM FOX Sep. 22            Houston Texans 1:25 PM CBS
Sep. 29             at Indianapolis Colts 10:00 AM CBS Sep. 29            at Miami Dolphins 10:00 AM CBS
Oct. 6             Chicago Bears (London) BYE

Oct. 20            at Green Bay Packers

10:00 AM

 

10:00 AM

FOX

 

CBS

Oct. 6             Denver Broncos

Oct. 13            Pittsburgh Steelers*

Oct. 20            at Tennessee Titans

1:05 PM

5:20 PM

1:05 PM

CBS

NBC CBS

Oct. 27            at Houston Texans 10:00 AM CBS Oct. 27            at Chicago Bears 10:00 AM FOX
Nov. 3              Detroit Lions 1:05 PM FOX Nov. 3             Green Bay Packers 1:25 PM CBS
Nov. 7 Los Angeles Chargers (Thu) 5:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Nov. 7 at Oakland Raiders (Thu) 5:20 PM FOX/NFLN/

AMAZON**

Nov. 17

Nov. 24

Dec. 1

Cincinnati Bengals at New York Jets

at Kansas City Chiefs

1:25 PM

10:00 AM

10:00 AM

CBS CBS

CBS

Nov. 18

 

Dec. 1

Kansas City Chiefs (Mexico) BYE

at Denver Broncos

5:15 PM

 

1:25 PM

ESPN

 

CBS

Dec. 8 Tennessee Titans 1:25 PM CBS Dec. 8 at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:05 PM FOX
Dec. 15 Jacksonville Jaguars 1:05 PM CBS Dec. 15 Minnesota Vikings* 5:20 PM NBC
Dec. 21 or 22 at Los Angeles Chargers TBD TBD Dec. 21 or 22 Oakland Raiders TBD TBD
Dec. 29 at Denver Broncos 1:25 PM CBS Dec. 29 at Kansas City Chiefs 10:00 AM CBS

 

* – Sunday night games in Weeks 5-16 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

** – NFL Network and Amazon simulcast subject to change

 

 

 

Thielen: ‘Obviously, money is good and everything, but championships are what it’s about’

Vikings WR Adam Thielen has proven to be one of the top receivers in football. Over the past two seasons, Thielen has averaged 102 receptions, 1324 yards, and six touchdowns. All while making the Pro Bowl in both of those seasons(2017, 2018).  This type of productivity is what got Thielen paid as he and the Vikings agreed on a four-year, $64 million contract extension last week.

Thielen, who was an undrafted free agent, has turned himself into an elite wide receiver in the NFL. It’s a remarkable journey for Thielen, and now he gets to enjoy the fruits of his labor.

Thielen addressed the media today to discuss his new deal with Minnesota, his goal of winning a title with the Vikings, and more.

 Q: What did it feel like to finally sign the deal? What has it meant to you?

A: Honestly, it never was about money for me for any of this. It was just about being in the spot that my family and I wanted to be, and to be here locked up for a long time and to just show that we’re willing to do what it takes to be here and to have the opportunity to give back. That’s what it’s been about the whole time, and again, it’s never been about the money or anything like that, it’s just about having the opportunity to be here for a long time and to use those resources to give back.

Q: What does it say about the Vikings getting the deal done so quickly and not letting it linger?

A: It shows what type of organization this is. They’re not here to lowball people, they’re not here to take advantage of people. They want to reward the people that helped this football team win games, and ultimately they want to win games. That’s probably one of the biggest reasons that I want to be here for a long time, because I want to win games. I guess it just shows, it shows what this organization is about and how they treat their players and guys that may deserve to be here, and reward them for that.

Q: There seems to be two goals for football players, to win championships but also get that big contract. It has to mean something to be able to get one of the two?

A: Obviously, money is good and everything, but championships are what it’s about. Maybe a little bit too of feeling appreciated more than the fact that they paid me this amount of money. But like I said, it’s all about winning, it’s all about giving back, and it’s all about being in a situation that you feel comfortable in. When you find a locker room like we have and you have guys like that, you don’t want to go somewhere else. You want to be here and you want to be here for a long time. That’s what my family and I are most excited about.

Q: A lot of teams can preach being a family, but it seems like they’ve been able to show that in a tangible way here in Minnesota, haven’t they?

A: Oh yeah, for sure. You see that with Anthony Barr and other guys, they don’t care about the money. They want to be here, they want to be here for a long time, they want to be around these guys and they want to win. We know we have some pieces that we think we can do it with, and obviously it takes  a lot of hard work and dedication, and that’s why we’re here right now, to get back after it.

Q: How different is this workout from last year?

A: Well we’re only two days in, so I don’t know too much. I guess mindset wise everybody just has a different mindset this year. I think everybody is excited to learn the offense, to be around the guys. It’s not as much excitement about who’s here and who the new guy we signed is, it’s more about, “Hey, let’s get back on the field, let’s take advantage of every single one of these days. We don’t get a whole lot of hours in the building, so let’s take advantage of them.” I think teams that win championships, they win them right now by the work they put in and by doing it the right way. We’re trying to do that.

Q: What do you remember about that tryout with the Vikings six years ago, and what can you say about how far you’ve come since then?

A: I think when I look back at it I honestly get more nervous than I was in the moment. I talk about it a lot, I think back to that time and I think about coming in there and not really thinking much of it. I was just going to play football. When I was on the field I was just playing football, I didn’t feel any different than in college, didn’t feel any different than in high school. I think now when I look back I kind of get nervous, because I know that if I wouldn’t have done this right, or I would have been late to this, or if I would have ran the wrong route, I might have never gotten the chance. It’s just kind of crazy to look back at it, and the confidence that I had going into it, I probably shouldn’t have had, but I did. Again, God gave me an opportunity and he put me there for a reason, so it’s pretty cool to look back at that.

Q: Is that part of what you might say to younger kids in a similar position? To not look at the big picture of the NFL and get overwhelmed by it?

A: Yeah, I think that’s with anything in life. I think you just have to take advantage of the moment and you have to use every moment and you have to make the right decisions, and you can’t think about just how that’s going to affect you that day. You got to think about how that’s going to affect you in the big picture. Sometimes I get myself caught up in that and have to take a step back. I think that’s one thing that’s great about NFL off seasons, you get an opportunity to just kind of step back and look at your life and look at some of the things you’re doing and try to figure out what’s best for you and your family. It was a really good offseason for that, just to take a step back and realize some of the things I need to work on and get better at and then try to do that.

Q: Could you appreciate what you did well and did you take time to admire your successes, like your record-setting stretch of 100-yard games?

A: No, I don’t think I ever will honestly. Those things just aren’t important to me. I think there’s more to life to me than setting records and things like that. I don’t want to leave this world being remembered for that stuff. Honestly, for me it’s just trying to be the best person I can be every day – be the best person on the field, off the field I can be and trying to grow and learn from our mistakes, whether that be on the field or off the field. Try and not to worry about what people think about me, just trying to focus on, again, getting better.

Q: How long did it take to shake off the way last season ended or have you been able to?

A: Yeah, honestly, I know it might be cliché to say but I’m just really excited about being here right now, getting back after it with the teammates and working towards next year. You can’t dwell on the past, you can’t look at the past and try and change things because you can’t go back and you can’t change it. I mean obviously right after the season you start thinking about things and when you have all that time to yourself you start thinking about “woulda, coulda, shoulda”. But at the same time, I think that’s why it’s important to get back into the weight room and try to figure out things that you need to do to get better and focus on that rather than what you could have done better and what you could of changed from the season before.

Q: Do you have any new purchases planned?

A: No. Not yet. My wife does a good job of holding me back on that kind of stuff, but I think it’s a really cool opportunity to be able to give back to this community, to people, and places that have been so instrumental in my career and my life and shaping who I am. Just trying to figure out a game plan with that, but no game plan for purchases that’s for sure.

Q: What are some of the things you will do in the community?

A: It’s something that I have to sit down with my wife and some of the people that we respect as far as counsel, so we haven’t decided on any of that stuff yet.

Q: Do you demand more of yourself now going into this season with this new deal?

A: I don’t think that’s fair to do to yourself. Honestly, I’m going to take the same approach and kind of the things that I just talked about. I’ve been able to step back and figure out what things on the field and off the field that I need to do better and now I got to go and attack that and try to be the best teammate I can be, try to be the best leader I can be and let everything else play itself out. At this point, that’s all you can do. There’s only so many things you can control and everything else you just got to let it play out.

Foles talks leadership style, playing Eagles in preseason, basketball skills, & more

In life, all you can ask for is hope, and the Jaguars have just that with their new QB Nick Foles. Last season was a massive disappointment for Jacksonville after the team finished  5-11. They struggled on both sides of the ball, especially at the quarterback position. With the addition Foles, who signed a four-year, $88 million contract with Jacksonville after spending the last two seasons in Philadelphia, there is optimism again in Duval County.

The 30-year-old Foles was magical for the Eagles, which included a victory in Super Bowl 52. Can Foles work his magic in Jacksonville? That is the hope, and all starts this week as the Jaguars begin voluntary offseason workouts.

Today, Foles addressed the media as he discussed his leadership style, the importance of the tight end position, his new house in Jacksonville,  playing the Eagles in the preseason, his basketball skills, and more:

(On building chemistry with his new teammates)

“It’s great getting back to work. The offseason is a great time to spend time with your family, get a break from everything, but I know all of us were excited to get back in the building yesterday and get back to work. For me it’s an opportunity to get to know everyone. I haven’t really had the opportunity to get to know the guys in this building. When I signed a lot of the players aren’t here during that time of the year. There are a few guys on the team that I’ve played with before, but it’s fun these last couple days putting faces to names and understanding everything. It’s been great.”

 (On his leadership style)

“I think the big thing is being genuine, being who I am, and a lot of that is getting to know the guys. Obviously, leading by example. I don’t know how everything works here. There are a lot of guys that have been here before, so I’m also observing and watching and the different things I’ve learned throughout my career is there will be a time and a place about implanting it or discuss. We’re all here to make things better, to ultimately give us the opportunity to succeed. To do that you have to build a foundation and that is trust and getting to know each other. That’s why this part of the year is great because we come to work four days a week. You get an opportunity to get to know the guys and then you can build that trust and go from there.”

 (On how the move went for his family down to Jacksonville)

“It’s been great. We really enjoyed it. We’re still moving. Moving takes a long time. We’ve really enjoyed it. I’m blessed to have an amazing wife who we have gone through this whole journey together, my daughter, and we have one on the way too due in November. There’s a lot going on in our life. I’m not going to forget our dog, Henry, he would be mad at me. It has been a wild ride, but we’re excited to be here. My mother-in-law has been with us the last couple of days helping us move in and getting acquainted. It’s a really special time for us for sure.”

(On how involved he was in choosing their new home)

“I was extremely involved. I knew right away when we had signed here we looked online. We were trying to figure it out quickly because it happens fast and we eyed one that we loved, but you also have to go see homes. Right after we signed we went the next couple of days and found a place to live and it ultimately ended up being the place that I had a gut instinct on, and my wife agreed. We’re very blessed to be there.” 

(On his top must-have in his new house)

“For me, growing up since I was a kid I wanted a basketball goal and a little bit of a sport court. That’s what I got. I have always wanted that since I was a kid, so I’m going to be very safe on it. Shooting baskets is therapeutic for me. It’ll be the first time in my career that I have that since college.” 

(On why he likes to shoot hoops)

“In college my roommate and I, my roommate David Douglas, who was a receiver, we lived together all four years. We would go to the rec center one or two days a week and play horse, shoot around and maybe play a little bit of one-on-one during the season just to get away from everything, class, football and just take our minds off of it. When I was in Kansas City there was a basketball goal in the locker room, so we had fun playing horse and stuff like that. It’ll be fun to go home, put on some music, shoot for ten minutes and do what I have to do.”

 (On if he had college basketball scholarship offers)

“I was alright (laughs). I’m 30 now; I can still shoot. My jumping legs aren’t as good as they used to be, but I’m sure with this strength training and everything they will come back pretty quickly.”

 (On if he can still dunk)

“Yes.”

(On the importance of the tight end)

“Tight end in this league right now is so important. The big reason is you want a guy that can go out and catch the ball. I have played with two of the best in the game; Travis Kelce and Zach Ertz and a young, up-and-comer Dallas Goedert, and I have also played with Brent Celek. I’m trying to get those guys’ names out just in case because I will get messages and they will get mad at me. It’s really important. You have to be able to run the ball with the tight end in the game, but they also have to be able to go out and catch the ball. It’s very hard to find guys that are good at both, but a key to a great offense is you really do need a good tight end.”

 (On if he is comfortable enough now to talk to the personnel staff about his feelings about tight ends)

“They’re going to make the best decision for this team and what this team needs. The guys we have here I’m getting to know them. I haven’t had an opportunity to throw with them yet. I was with [James] O’Shaughnessy in Kansas City, so there are a couple familiar faces. I’m going to let them make their decision and I’m going to do what I have to do in the locker room.”

 (On how patient he has to be building trust with his teammates)

“Trust is something you can’t just rush. That’s why you come in here each day. I don’t try to be anything other than myself. I think guys respect that. When they step in the huddle with me they’re not going to say, ‘This is the guy on game day, but then this is the guy that is different in the locker room and different outside of the facility.’ My goal is right here to be who I am all the time. That takes time. It was a lot of fun going out there and working today. Doing our conditioning test, going in the weight room and working, being in the meeting room, getting back to football and getting to see all the different personalities in this locker room. I have played for a couple coaches and one of their lines was, ‘Let your personality show.’ That’s what makes football such a special sport, is all the different guys from all the different backgrounds who come together in the locker room and go out there to achieve great things. This is the start of all that.” 

(On if he only was able to choose one would he want an elite tight end or an elite right tackle)

“To be honest, the foundation of an offense is always through the [offensive] line. It really is through the O-line. The guys I have played with – it’s really hard to run a successful offense without those guys up front. Not only from a skill perspective up front, but also the mindset. The thing I noticed the last couple years in Philly with those guys and the O-line was they are a special group of dudes. You step in the huddle and they have a great relationship. They know all their calls, but great personalities. A lot of fun to play with. I have gotten to know a little bit of the O-line these past couple of days and I see the same thing. Great personalities and it’s going to be a lot of fun stepping into the huddle with them, getting to know them, trusting them with calls, talking to them with the calls, but a foundation – defense – let’s flip it over. You have to have a great [defensive] line. It all starts up front. That’s football and then you build all around that.”

 (Eagles RT Lane Johnson over Eagles TE Zach Ertz)

“No, no I didn’t say that (laughs). Once again those are guys that I love right there and I know I will hear from them if I make a statement. Both of those guys are great players.”

 (On if he likes the fact Philadelphia will be here for the first home preseason game)

“It’ll be crazy. I’ll be excited to go out there and compete against them with these guys. This is my home now. I couldn’t be more excited. Philadelphia knows how much I will always love them. I don’t have to lie about that. My wife and I are grateful to be here and excited to be here for a long time, but it takes a lot of work and ultimately going out there and winning games. It will be fun to compete against Philadelphia.”

 (On if he will jokingly trash talk during the game)

“That’s not really my style. They know that as well. I’m sure they’re going to have a little bit of trash talk just to have fun with me. You build relationships through the years. I have great relationships in that organization, but it will be fun to compete against them. It’ll be fun in warm ups to be across from them. Ultimately that’s what this game is about.”

 (On how deep into the playbook can the team get during the time of year)

“The goal is to get everything down this time of year. It’s a ten-week program and then you get that break so you can fine-tune it and review it, but the goal is to get everything down this time of the year. Then you will probably do a similar install during training camp and then once the season starts that’s where the game planning changes a little bit.”

 (On how far into the playbook is he now)

“We just started today.”

 (On Coach Marrone wanting the quarterback to know more about the offense than anyone)

“I would say if you are running the offense you should know it pretty well. Ultimately, the quarterback, you’re the one that is going to change plays if need be. If it’s built in, we’re going to have plays where there are multiple plays within one or if we need to change a route. Flip and I have been together before so we understand each other’s mentality. That’s the big thing. A play caller and a quarterback, you have to build that relationship and know how each other work. There’s a foundation set for Flip and me. We just have to build on that. It’s going to be a little bit different. There’s some verbiage that is different, but this time of year – teaching the guy the verbiage, me learning the stuff that is a little different for me and then teaching all the guys what I expect, what I see, what I feel, so we can be on the same page. That’s where this time of year is so valuable.”

 (On building on his familiarity with DeFilippo and learning the new nuances of the offense)

“This is Flip’s first year, so it’s basically Flip’s offense and what they want to do here with the guys here. That’s how it is everywhere you go. You get all these coaches from all these different backgrounds, so when they get together they build the best offense that they deem possible for this team. That’s what they have done and now they’re teaching us. That’s how every team works.”

 (On how much time he will need to completely learn the playbook and how much is it reduced because of his previous stops with DeFilippo)

“I don’t know if I can give you a time, but I can say it really helps. It really helps when you have a background in offense where there are similarities. It really gives you a head start as opposed to if you go to an offense that is totally different schematically and verbiage-wise. It’ll take a little bit longer. Because there are similarities, we’ll be able to go a lot faster. I’ll be able to ultimately teach the guys and talk to them at a high level to where they can understand what I see and then if they don’t understand then I can help them with that.”

 (On how helpful it is to have DeFilippo here to ease the transition to a new team)

“It’s wonderful. Anytime you know someone and you get along with that person and you’re on the same page and you get to go forward on a new journey, it’s huge.”

 (On if there has been one person in the locker room he has leaned on to begin to understand the culture of the team)

“Calais and I talked several weeks ago on the phone for a little while because I wanted to hear about his time here and what the locker room is like here. I didn’t know. This is all new to me. We had a great conversation. Ultimately, it’s important for me to understand the people here and what has been going on, what they see, what is the rhythm of the week, how they practice, how they prepare and stuff like that is good for to know, so I can acclimate quicker. You chose a great one. [Campbell] is a guy I have admired since I have been in the NFL. He’s a guy that is one of the best in the league, but you can tell by the way he handles himself that he is a pro’s pro and he is more than a football player. That’s really special.”

 (On if he will watch the Jaguars 2018 offense to get acclimated with the returning players’ playing style)

“There might be some clips of that. A lot of it will be getting a feel throwing with them. Honestly, we saw a lot of Jacksonville offense last year when we were studying film of defensive opponents who we were playing because Jacksonville had played similar opponents. We saw the offense and the different personnel a lot last year. I sort of have an idea coming in. A lot of it will be getting that feel and timing throwing with them. That’s how I work.”

 (On who else on the team has he played with)

“Chris Conley and I played together in Kansas City. Benny Cunningham, Cody Davis, Parker Ehinger. There might be one I’m missing, but there are some guys I have played with before, which is really cool because this is a different part of all of our journeys and we can come together again and do something special.”

Bills’ Josh Allen: ‘I’m going to get bigger, faster, stronger’

Second-year QB Josh Allen is hoping to build on the success that he had in 2018. Allen started 11 games last season for the Bills and was 5-6 in those starts. While his numbers were not eye-popping,(2074 yards, 10 touchdowns, 12 interceptions) Allen did have two fourth-quarter comebacks last season, and he showed the ability to make plays with his legs(631 yards, 8 rushing touchdowns), which has Bills fans excited about the possibilities.

Today, Allen addressed the media as the team began offseason workouts.

Here is what Allen had to say:

Q: The running joke around the league is that you had everybody in the league’s phone number because you reached out to all of them. You called them, you texted them, ‘Welcome to Buffalo.’ What was that all like for you in getting in touch with guys? How important was it for you to do that?

A: It doesn’t take a lot to do that. Just reaching out to someone, asking for the phone number, letting them know that I’m excited for them to be with us and be a part of this wonderful franchise and start trying to set that culture of where we want to be.

Q: What does it mean to you that most of these free agent signing are on your side of the ball and conceivably giving you a whole bunch of new starters?

A: It means we’ve got a lot of work to do. A lot of different new minds trying to work with each other now, trying to build that camaraderie, especially using this time to develop that team chemistry. There’s a lot of new guys trying to come into a new system. It’s not going to be perfect right away, and we don’t expect it to be perfect, but starting that communication now so we can get on the same page with everything.

Q: Obviously, you were following along because we heard you had texted people, but were you almost shocked by the way [Brandon] Beane attacked it? It seemed like there were signings every five minutes, and they were almost all offensive guys. Were you kind of surprised by how it all played out?

A: Well, it’s my first offseason, so I don’t really know how things work. This is all new to me. Whether it was seeing Twitter updates or getting a call from (our Director of Communications) Kevin (Kearns)…it was just good to see that. Mostly Twitter updates was where I got most of my information from, but reaching out to them. It was a fun time for me.

Q: What prompted you or put it in your head to reach out to these guys to say, ‘Welcome to Buffalo?’

A: Nothing really. Like I said, it didn’t take a whole lot of effort to do it. I just wanted them to know that I was following and trying to stay up to date on everything that was going on, trying to let them know that I was happy that they are with us. Trying to reach out, get my foot in the door and start that relationship as quickly as possible.

Q: And that GIF that you sent to Brandon [Beane]?

A: Next question (laughs).

Q: Josh, the leadership role that you have at the position of quarterback is obvious. But you’re not the rookie anymore. How do you see your leadership role growing, advancing, and maturing?

A: Obviously, being in year two and being with the same staff now, understanding the offense, having Matt [Barkley] and DA [Derek Anderson] in the quarterback room, it’s very familiar now. Obviously, a new coach with Coach [Ken] Dorsey, started to develop that relationship, as well. You know, using that first year and all that experience that I had last year and bringing it into this year. Obviously, there’s going to be some stuff that I haven’t seen, but throughout this OTA process, trusting on the guys that have been here before like Lorenzo Alexander and LeSean [McCoy] and just understand what’s going on. This is still new to me. I’m still trying to figure it out, whether it’s scheduling or what to do on the weekends, what we do after 12:00 PM when we’re not supposed to be here. But I’m looking forward to it, looking forward to meeting especially the new guys and continuing the relationships with the guys that have been here off the field whether it be hanging out and having fun.

Q: Is there a comfort level to that leadership this year? I mean, you don’t want to overstep as a rookie even if you are the quarterback. Year two, is there a different comfort level? A sort of ‘been here’?

A: I want to improve. I want to win football games. The quarterback’s job is to put the ball in the end zone and lead a group of guys. But it takes all 11, so we’re going to continue to do that and continue to grow as an offense. Myself personally, I’m going to get bigger, faster, stronger. Try to gain more depth inside the playbook and try to get inside Coach Daboll’s mind and understand what he’s trying to do when he calls a certain play. I know we’re a long way out from football games, but ultimately, that’s our goal. We want to be on the field together and start winning football games and doing that.

Q: When we spoke with you at the end of last season, you had reflected upon last offseason in how your body changed due to your training and how that helped your running ability and athleticism. Did you maintain that type of training? Was it the same kind of thing because you saw, ‘Wow, look what I can do’ because you weren’t going through the Combine stuff?

A: I feel like I’m in a good place right now. Obviously, wasn’t as aggressive as last year in not having the Combine and Pro Day and having to be in tip-top physical shape. This is the point now where we start ramping it up and start getting back into playing shape. When you get into June and July, that’s when you still want to stay aggressive and try to peak at the right time.

Q: Beyond what you said about the work that needs to be done in terms of chemistry with your teammates, do you comprehend the statement that was made by accumulating all of these offensive guys and possibly two new starting receivers, possibly an entirely new starting offensive line, a new starting tight end… do you comprehend that all of these new pieces tie into what you have to be able to do to make it all work? Did that hit you at any point?

A: At the same time, I know that we’ve got a long time to go before we step foot on the field. Nothing is set in stone. So yeah, I just want to get to know these guys and start working with them and trying to understand how they think and what they want to accomplish as a team. We want to be on the same path and start having the same mindset toward things. From what I’ve seen and talked to the guys so far, it’s really good. I appreciate having all these guys here.

Q: Is it exciting?

A: Oh, absolutely it’s exciting. Again, I’m new to this. It’s my first OTA’s, first free agency period. This’ll be my first time as part of a team in going through the Draft process, too. I’m excited to see what happens and how it unravels. It’s definitely a fun process to be a part of.

Q: Do you have perspective on how important a really productive slot receiver can be to an offense? I’m not sure if you had one at Wyoming, but you see it in the NFL – these guys can really be difference makers. It looks like you guys have got one. Can you give some perspective on that?

A: Cole Beasley’s been doing it for a long time now. He’s been one of the most productive slot guys dating back to the last five or six years. It’s going to be fun working with him, understanding what he thinks, starting to communicate and getting on the field whenever we can. I still don’t even know when we can start doing that. But it’s very helpful for an offense when you know that he’s not a safety valve, but he’s going to be there and you can trust on him to win. It’s going to take practice, a lot of repetition so that I’m on the same page as him and vice versa. Know that whenever he gets to a certain depth, he’s going to break it off or if there’s certain leverage that he likes…Like I said, that’s going to take repetition and I’m looking forward to starting to do that with him.

Q: How have you developed a relationship with Mitch Morse, knowing he is signed for the next four years and you’ll be working with him during that time?

A: Mitch is a great dude. I’ve spent some time being back here a little early. He was here a little early. I took him to Bar-Bill (Tavern). He’s not a big hot wing guy. He struggles with the hot sauce. Honey butter barbecue Cajun, he can do that all day, but hot is not his thing. I’ve been developing a relationship with him already. He’s a great guy.

Q: I went to a banquet with [Patrick] Mahomes and he said he is not happy that you got Mitch Morse and he doesn’t.

A: Well, I am very happy.

Q: Hey Josh, is the elbow injury totally in the past? Did you have to take any precautions once you first got into the offseason? Is it a consideration of any sort right now?

A: No, no consideration. Obviously in the offseason, I met with PT and go over everything because it compounds throughout the season. Every player has those types of feels that after the season, you want to let your body rest and recover and do some physical therapy. I did some therapy on it for the first couple weeks, and after that I started throwing. No problems at all.

Eli Manning talks Beckham, future, & possibility of NY drafting a QB

Entering his 17th season, Giants QB Eli Manning continues to have the support of the New York Giants. Manning, who has had his struggles over past couple season, will try to lead the Giants back to the playoffs, which has not happened since 2016.

The 37-year-old Manning addressed the media today at the start of the team’s voluntary offseason conditioning program, where he addressed his future, the Giants draft plans, and Odell Beckham Jr.

Q: Are you approaching this offseason any different than any other?
A: No, I think you treat it the same as any year you come in. Had a good offseason, worked hard and I am excited about getting back with the team and the coaches. Going into that second year, you have an advantage because you know what the offense is a little bit and what the coaches like. Things you want to improve on, certain plays and concepts in the offense that you have some time to work on. I think it is just a mindset to work on the things that you need to improve on to help the team. Keep doing the things that you were successful with.

Q: When we talked to John Mara and Steve Tisch at the league meeting, they said at your age you have to go year-to-year. Are you ok with that?
A: I never concerned myself with that. I think every year I am just worried about that next year. That is what I am thinking about. I am thinking about right now with this team. Getting rolling, getting wins and doing whatever it takes to be a good teammate to get this team winning football games.

Q: With you guys picking six and 17, there is a chance to pick a QB. What would it be like to be a mentor to a guy if that were to happen?
A: I have always felt that in the quarterback room I have always had a great relationship with everyone. All the QBs, we have drafted quarterbacks and have had young quarterbacks in there. I enjoy talking football and enjoy talking ball. Giving tips on coverages, protections, concepts, everyone is trying to help each other. It is an open conversation for everyone to get ideas and everyone just sticks around after to get on the same page. That is just part of being a quarterback. I have enjoyed putting in the extra effort and the work. Getting everyone comfortable and up to speed. Help young guys trying to learn a new offense.

Q: Is there a different vibe this year being that you have been through a year with this offense already?
A: It is definitely better going into that second year. Not just for me but to have an offensive line, receivers where you have an idea of what you are supposed to be doing. Now, you can work on just fine tuning a lot of those things and improving the schemes that you are running. The situation last year, guys were trying to figure out what the cadence was or where to line up in the huddle. How you call certain formations. There is so much that has to be learned by everyone. Now, a majority of us know what we are doing and can line up. Bring the young guys along. Everyone can play that much faster because they know what they are doing and they are sure of it.

Q: How did you find out about the Odell trade? What has your reaction been?
A: I found out just watching TV one night. I just came across the (tracker) at the bottom of the screen. Started to get a few texts. That is how I found out. The reaction, I wanted to reach out to him. Odell has been a teammate for five years and has been a friend. These circumstances, you think about the player involved. It is more than just a player; it is someone you have a relationship with. You think more about that person, how they are handling it and that they are OK and doing well with it.

Q: Did you get in touch with Odell right away? Have you been in touch?
A: I’ve been in touch with him, yes.

Q: Do you ever see yourself announcing your final season like some Yankees greats (Jeter, CC, Mariano Rivera) or going more of the traditional route and announcing after the season?
A: I think I will go the traditional route. I thought that was a baseball thing. I know some basketball players have done it, but I don’t see going out that way.

Q: How do you replace such an explosive player as Odell?
A: Guys have to step up. We have good players on this team. Talented receivers and running backs. We played the last four, five games of the season without him. We were able to score points and move the ball. He is a tremendous player and was a tremendous player for us. There are certain things that he can do that not everyone can do, but we still have guys that can play and help us be a tremendous offense and score a lot of points.

Q: How surprised were you by the Odell move?
A: I think after being in the NFL for 16 years, I don’t think there are a whole lot of surprises anymore. You learn to deal with everything. You learn to adjust, you move on and do my job. Do it to the best of my ability and get the players that are here up to speed. That is the great thing about football. I am excited about the players that we have and the additions that we have made. Get everyone up to speed and on the same page. Keep moving forward.

Q: Are you anticipating the Giants drafting a QB this year?
A: Yes, I can see the Giants getting a young quarterback. I understand that. I still have to do my job. I will do my part. Same as last year. Go out there, play quarterback, win football games. That is what I am trying to do.

Q: You talked earlier about the Giants having to make a decision at quarterback? What was the decision like for you? Coming back and wanting to play again.
A: I made that decision pretty quickly. I still wanted to play. I told the Giants that very quickly. I didn’t have to think about it long. This is what I do and what I like to do and I have worked extremely hard the last few months to get ready. I liked how the team rallied toward the end of the year with the coaches. Everyone got on a better page together. Could have won a few more games but had great opportunities to win. We are headed in the right direction.

Q: When did you receive clarity that they wanted you to come back?
A: I had some talks with Mr. Gettleman and coach Shurmur within the last month or so. They told me that I would come back and be on the team this year. I got word within the last month.

Q: What was that conversation like right after the season with Gettleman?
A: Just telling them that I still want to play and feel like I can still play. Just want to be a part of this moving forward. Just told them that, where I was and how I was thinking.

Q: Did you walk out of that conversation unsure about?
A: It was right after the season, so they had a lot to look at and a lot to go over. I just wanted to let them know how I was feeling before they made their decision.

Vikings, Adam Thielen agree on contract extension

The Minnesota Vikings and wide receiver Adam Thielen have agreed in principle to a multi-year contract extension, the team announced today.

According to reports, it’s a four-year, $64 million deal.

Thielen, who will enter his sixth NFL season in 2019, has been named to consecutive Pro Bowls after the 2017 and 2018 seasons and is coming off a career year, recording 113 receptions (third most in team history) for 1,373 yards (fourth most in team history) and nine receiving touchdowns, all career highs. The Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, native became the first player in NFL history to record eight consecutive games with 100-plus receiving yards to start a season, doing so in the 2018 campaign.

Thielen, who attended Minnesota State University, Mankato, was named Second Team All-Pro by the Associated Press after the 2017 season when he helped guide the Vikings to the NFC Championship Game after posting 91 receptions (ninth most in team history) for 1,276 receiving yards (10th most in team history) and four touchdowns.

Originally entering the NFL in 2013 with the Vikings after going undrafted, Thielen has appeared in 80 career games with 46 starts and has totaled 293 receptions, 3,897 receiving yards and 19 touchdowns. Since the start of the 2016 season, Thielen ranks tied in the NFL in third-down receptions (82), seventh in receptions (273) and seventh in receiving yards (3,616).

Redskins’ Reuben Foster fined two game checks by NFL

The NFL has fined Redskins LB Reuben Foster two game checks after his altercation with girlfriend back in November.  After the incident, Foster was released by the 49ers. Foster would be later claimed off waivers by the Redskins.

Here is a statement from the NFL:

Today, the NFL notified Reuben Foster of the Washington Redskins that he will be fined two game checks following a review of recent incidents and an assessment of his adherence to obligations arising from previous violations of league policies

Following a thorough investigation, the evidence did not support a finding that Foster violated the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy in connection with the Tampa incident in November 2018. The NFL has returned Foster to the active roster from the Commissioner Exempt list. He may fully participate in all team activities.

Foster has acknowledged that he is responsible for his actions, and he has committed to a comprehensive accountabilIty plan developed by the league, the NFLPA, and the Washington Redskins to help him grow personally and avoid future misconduct. Foster was advised that any future incidents will likely result in more substantial discipline.

Following a thorough investigation, the evidence did not support a finding that Foster violated the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy in connection with the Tampa incident in November 2018. The NFL has returned Foster to the active roster from the Commissioner Exempt list. He may fully participate in all team activities.

Foster has acknowledged that he is responsible for his actions, and he has committed to a comprehensive accountabilIty plan developed by the league, the NFLPA, and the Washington Redskins to help him grow personally and avoid future misconduct. Foster was advised that any future incidents will likely result in more substantial discipline.